Sunday, September 26, 2004

Not all Muslims are terrorists.

But just about all terrorists are Muslims today
This coming from Abdel Rahman al-Rashed is the general manager of Al Arabiya
Well, to paraphrase him, here's what I conclude from Robert Spencer's article in WorldNetDaily,
Jihad and rape go hand in hand
...Indira Dzetskelova, the mother of one of the child hostages in Beslan, Russia, reports that "several 15-year-old girls were raped by terrorists." Her daughter "heard their terrible cries and screams when those monsters took them away."

This indicates that there are two things the massacre in Beslan has in common with the ongoing massacres in Darfur: both, no less than the 9-11 attacks, are examples of Islamic jihad terrorism, and both are characterized by rape.
As I've opined a number of times before, Islam enables its followers to regard non-Muslims as less worthy, worthLESS in fact, non-human. After which it is no big step to rape a child, or shoot it in the back as it tries to flee. Seem non-Muslim females (adult or not) still resemble women enough to arouse this lethal combination of hate and lust. Islam is the religion of mysogyny. Its position on Muslim women is awful enough. I don't care what anyone says the Koran states about women, fact is that women have next to no life under Islam.
What does rape, then, have to do with these religious conflicts? Unfortunately, everything. The Islamic legal manual 'Umdat al-Salik, which carries the endorsement of Al-Azhar University, the most respected authority in Sunni Islam, stipulates: "When a child or a woman is taken captive, they become slaves by the fact of capture, and the woman's previous marriage is immediately annulled." Why? So that they are free to become the concubines of their captors. The Quran permits Muslim men to have intercourse with their wives and their slave girls: "Forbidden to you are ... married women, except those whom you own as slaves." (Sura 4:23-24)

After one successful battle, Muhammad tells his men, "Go and take any slave girl." He took one for himself also. After the notorious massacre of the Jewish Qurayzah tribe, he did it again. According to his earliest biographer, Ibn Ishaq, Muhammad "went out to the market of Medina (which is still its market today) and dug trenches in it. Then he sent for [the men of Banu Qurayza] and struck off their heads in those trenches as they were brought out to him in batches." After killing "600 or 700 in all, though some put the figure as high as 800 or 900," the Prophet of Islam took one of the widows he had just made, Rayhana bint Amr, as another concubine.

Emerging victorious in another battle, according to a generally accepted Islamic tradition, Muhammad's men present him with an ethical question: "We took women captives, and we wanted to do 'azl [coitus interruptus] with them." Muhammad told them: "It is better that you should not do it, for Allah has written whom He is going to create till the Day of Resurrection." When Muhammad says "it is better that you should not do it," he's referring to coitus interruptus, not to raping their captives. He takes that for granted.
Imagine how Muslim men feel about infidel women? I don't believe words exist that would adequately describe their attitude. No need for those words either. Actions speak far louder, like in Darfur, and Beslan.


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